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Lots of Choices, Where do we begin?

Wow, prostate there’s lots of treatment programs out there today, a
good thing for those suffering from the disease of addiction.  It creates lots of choices for someone who
doesn’t know which questions to ask.  That parts not a good thing.

How do we find our way through the maze of options to find
that which is right for ourselves?
That’s not really too hard a question.
I would suggest watching the film, sales Finding Hope which takes about
2 hours of time but answers years of questions as to what recovery is all about.

You see, the problem is that a person suffering from
addiction doesn’t understand what “help” actually is.  For them, salve the solution to the frustrating,
difficult and hurtful problems of life IS
alcohol or drugs.  So telling them to
simply quit isn’t really a very good answer.
For them, alcohol and drugs have become the “kevlar” suit of armor that
protects them from the hurtful, painful feelings they encounter which creates
the need to drink or use again.

Where do these feelings come from?  Why do they cause us to have negative
feelings of anxiety and despair?  How do
I reach under the surface of my thinking and begin to unwire these
thoughts?  This is the true test of a
treatment facility.  Can the program
address the issue, “Why do I drink and use in the first place?”  Not just how can I put a band-aid on the
problem today.  Finding Hope helps
you understand this question.  Finding
Hope will lead you to a better place to find the answers you need to be able to
put this disease in a manageable place so life can return to normal.

Yes, there are many skills and tools we all need to learn
which will enable us to deal with triggering events better.  Learning to communicate with everyone,
dealing better with anger provoking moments, handling stress in a better way
will certainly help us reduce the number of times we feel triggered to drink or
use again.

All of these issues are what “help” is all about.  Starting the process and overcoming the “fear”
is the hard part.  Finding Hope
can help tremendously with that.  Please
refer it to your friends, post it on your Facebook.  You too can be a part of saving a life
today.  Isn’t that a great feeling!

Finding Hope is available at www.sobrietytoday.com or on Amazon.

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